BROWN RECLUSE

$19.99 each, 3 for $54.99

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)
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7 1/2″ bloom, 28″ tall, Early-Mid Season + rebloom, Dormant

‘Brown Recluse’ is a scary name for a gorgeous daylily.  Named after a real spider (and a dangerous one at that!) ‘Brown Recluse’ is quite a lovely sight in the garden.  Brown is an unusual color in daylilies in general and ‘Brown Recluse’ is the only brown spider-type daylily of which we know. Perhaps that is why it is such a magnet for garden visitors. Blooms are a rich mahogany brown with a faint darker brown halo and distinct yellow midribs and edging. So beautiful you can’t stop staring and so unusual you can’t look away– be prepared to spend lots of time in the garden staring at this lovely daylily.

 

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Foliage Types

Hybridizer

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2 to 8

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  1. Altoona, IA

    Ordered this in May and is blooming now! Looks exactly like the picture. So happy with this daylily. Thank for the hardy plant and all the others I acquired from your selections. Bertha Heathcote.

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  2. los banos, CA

    I like this plant, mine isn’t quite as deep of a brown, but it is still brown. I question the plant height description (28 in.) Because while the foliage is around 28 inches, my Brown recluse’s flower scapes are much taller, nearly 40 inches. Which is cool, because I planted it in the back of the border. Lots of scapes, a vigorous plant. It’s been blooming all June, hopefully into July. In the hot California’s central valley day lilies start blooming earlier a little sooner than most areas. It’s not the brightest color, but it’s cool looking definitely different!

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  3. Bloomington, MN

    I’ve had Brown Recluse for several years. It gets about 1-1/2 hours of mid morning sun – the rest of the time it has filtered shade – which is probably why mine is truly BROWN! The yellow edgings are more precise – like pencil lines, and it is about 8′ taller. All these are pluses for me as I LOVE IT! It’s so unusual and elegant. The negative for me (likely the shade) is that it has never increased. I love it in this location, so I am going to order a couple more to increase the scape and bud count. It’s worth it!

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  4. morton, IL

    I give this a 9 only because the color is not as rich as shown. It is still very pretty, though, and produced a lot of flowers it’s first year in my garden.

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